Yeah I believe it is, the base plate stops exactly at ribs which is roughly 14 in away from my waist it, but it does only cover the chest, I'm a fairly bulky guy, I can put it on for ya if you want sir, I do appreciate the worry though!zachturner009, great job so far........just one thing.....That chest piece add on, seems a bit too large. It goes on the chest......but it shouldn't cover the WHOLE torso. It should be less than your neckline to your sternum and lined up pit to pit. It might just be the picture's angle.....
Hmmm maybe the stomach plate, I just have it taped on and it looks a little crooked, or hmmmm not sure really
Im in the process of making my own armor which is a blend of the 2 techniques so i can see why pepakura would be easier for a helmet and why foam would be easier for armorI guess in a way, it's cheaper, and I hate sanding, so I use the foam technique, over the pepakura technique.
DarthDratinni it is typically more sturdy to have a pepakura and arguably you get more detail, but I think foam can easily get as much pop and detail. It is a little more difficult to paint as it wont come out as smooth, but it is flexible, lightweight, wont hurt you, and you can trash it/sit on it/fall off of a speeding motercycle as seen in the living with chief videos and you are going to be fine!(for the most part), also LOVE the house of wolves profile pic. Been a while since I have seen that!